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bwhicks at aep.com wrote: > We have cvsnt 2.5.02.2099 running on redhat ES3.7. Almost all of our > clients are running windows and we use the sspi protocol with winbind. For starters, upgrade to a more recent release... get 2.5.04.2428. > One of our groups uses Cruise Control for automatic building. The userid > used for this process is local to the linux box and uses sserver for > connecting. When a build kicks off, the load on the linux box goes up to > around 1.6 and other users' sspi authentication requests fail. > > Does anybody have any ideas about the cause or a possible workaround? A > single user shouldn't be able to lock everyone else out like that... Never assume a single user can't cause so much trouble ;-) Try tweaking your nice setting for your CruiseControl proceess(es); IIRC CruiseControl really hogs your processor and puts a lot of load on the cvs server when it grabs/updates files. -- David Somers typographer/programmer/whatever